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You can use Apple's free iMovie app to combine video clips into a single video on your iPhone.With iMovie, you can combine multiple videos, add transitions, and export your final video to send it in an email or upload it to a cloud service.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.If you shoot a lot of video using your iPhone's Camera app, you might want to polish them using a simple video editor.You probably already know how to trim the start and end points of a video in your Photos app, for example, but you might not know that Apple offers a free video editing app that lets you combine separate videos into a single, longer video.To get started, begin by installing Apple's iMovie app, if you haven't already.
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The yellow vest protestor was given a suspended prison sentence and was banned from the area around parliament for five years.HuffPost is part of Oath.Oath and our partners need your consent to access your device and use your data (including location) to understand your interests, and provide and measure personalised ads.Oath will also provide you with personalised ads on partner products.Select 'OK' to continue and allow Oath and our partners to use your data, or select 'Manage options' to view your choices.
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If you're looking for a killer deal on an Apple Watch, then you're in luck.Walmart's 'The Big Save' summer sale is happening now and has the Apple Watch Series 3 down to $199.That's an $80 discount and the lowest price we've found for the best-selling smartwatch.Walmart also has the Apple Watch 3 with Cellular on sale for $299.The Series 3 Apple Watch is a health-focused smartwatch that also keeps you connected with the ability to send messages, make calls, and receive notifications.The Apple Watch helps you live a healthier life by tracking activity, workouts, calories burned, and offers continuous heart rate monitoring.
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Over two years after the streaming service launched in the US and Canada – largely as a way to export quality British TV overseas – BritBox is coming back home, with a UK launch coming at the tail-end of 2019.Much like the time-warping blue box of the BBC's iconic Doctor Who TV series, we don't know quite when it will appear, but there's now a vague release window of October through to December this year.BritBox: the one-stop shop for British TV streamingAs a joint venture between UK broadcasters BBC and ITV, BritBox will bundle in a variety of classic and modern TV shows for a monthly subscription of £5.99 per month ($6.99 in the US).That's the same cost of Netflix's Basic Plan, though BritBox will include HD quality streaming, while the Basic Plan caps at the lower resolution SD (standard definition).This BBC News article on the announcement confirmed that "Many ITV and BBC programmes will move on to BritBox after they have been broadcast on TV and fallen off the broadcasters' own catch-up services – BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub."
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Old Crow isn't just the liquor you buy when you want the cheapest buzz possible.It was also the name of a P-51 Mustang that Colonel Bud Anderson flew in World War II.Ford and Roush this week unveiled the 2019 Old Crow Mustang GT.It'll be auctioned at the Experimental Aircraft Association's 2019 AirVenture show in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.The outside of the Old Crow Mustang GT has been painted and badged to replicate Col. Anderson's P-51 of the same name.There's a unique Roush grille with a P-51 Mustang badge, and just in case you're not entirely sure which P-51 Mustang is being celebrated here, "Old Crow" is written on the hood.
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In a review publishing July 17 in the journal Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, researchers examined how artificial intelligence (AI) could affect drug development in the coming decade.At the same time, adding new drugs to their portfolios is slow and expensive.It takes on average 10-15 years and $1.5-2B to get a new drug to market; approximately half of this time and investment is devoted to clinical trials.Although AI has not yet had a significant impact on clinical trials, AI-based models are helping trial design, AI-based techniques are being used for patient recruitment, and AI-based monitoring systems aim to boost study adherence and decrease dropout rates."AI is not a magic bullet and is very much a work in progress, yet it holds much promise for the future of healthcare and drug development," says lead author and computer scientist Stefan Harrer, a researcher at IBM Research-Australia.Start-ups, large corporations, regulatory bodies, and governments are all exploring and driving the use of AI for improving clinical trial design, Harrer says.
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Amazon's Prime Day mega-sale comes to an end tonight as the clock strikes midnight, so your chance to score significant savings on items is going to turn into a pumpkin in just a few hours.Amazon's two-day sale officially ends at 12 a.m. PT/ 3 a.m.ET, and judging from the countdown clocks on the most recent batch of lightning deals, they intend to end the ball on time this year.Although, in years past there have been legacy deals that expired after the sale ended, so you might have some wiggle room.Also, keep in mind that Amazon isn't the only place to find online deals during the summer sale frenzy.eBay is going head to head with Amazon Prime Day with its Crash Sale.
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Over the last two decades, a type of material called organic semiconductors, made out of molecules or polymers, has been developed for such purposes."In these materials, an electron is usually bound to its counterpart, a missing electron known as 'hole,' and can't move freely," said Wai-Lun Chan, associate professor of physics & astronomy at the University of Kansas.Because of this problem, Chan said "freeing the electrons" has been a focus in developing organic semiconductors for solar cells, light sensors and many other optoelectronic applications.Now, two physics research groups at KU, led by Chan and Hui Zhao, professor of physics & astronomy, have effectively generated free electrons from organic semiconductors when combined with a single atomic layer of molybdenum disulfide (MoS2), a recently discovered two-dimensional (2D) semiconductor.Over the last few years, many researchers have been investigating how free charges can be generated effectively from hybrid organic-2D interfaces."One of the prevailing assumptions is free electrons can be generated from the interface as long as electrons can be transferred from one material to another in a relatively short period of time -- less than one-trillionth of a second," Chan said.
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More than 220,000 unserved rural homes and businesses in 24 states will get broadband access because of funding authorized yesterday by the Federal Communications Commission, the agency said.In all, the FCC authorized more than $563 million for distribution to ISPs over the next decade.It's the latest payout from the commission's Connect America Fund, which was created in 2011.Under program rules, ISPs that receive funding must build out to 40 percent of the required homes and businesses within three years and an additional 20 percent each year until completing the buildout at the end of the sixth year.Ajit Pai wants to cap spending on broadband for poor people and rural areasThe money is being distributed primarily to smaller ISPs in Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, and Virginia.
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50 years ago today, at 9:32 AM ET, Apollo 11 took off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida aboard a Saturn V rocket.At 9:32 AM ET this morning in 2019, you can watch as the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, AL attempts a record of its own.The Space & Rocket Center will play host to a launch of 5,000 model rockets all blasting off at once, in what will be an attempt at a Guinness world record for the most rockets launched at once.It’s a demonstration with sponsors including Boeing, Lockheed Martin and the United Launch Alliance, which all of course manage actual rocket launches with fair frequency.Those model rockets may be small, but 5,000 of anything that’s propelled by controlled explosions into the sky is bound to be quite the show, so keep an eye on the stream above for the fireworks.
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Amazon Prime Day sale is officially live and there are lots of deals currently available for Amazon devices but theres also great finds on photo printers.Right now the HP Sprocket Plus Instant Photo Printer is down $50 from it’s original price of $150.To bring back this tradition of being able to print off photos right away, HP released a pocket-sized printer designed to print off photos straight from your phone.Just about the size of a smartphone, it is lightweight and can easily fit in your pocket and is also the thinnest photo printer available in the market where you can print instant snapshots, 30% larger than the older HP Sprocket version.If you have captured a photo that you really love, you can also post it straight to your social media account.Add effects like filters, borders, emojis, and drawings which will then be attached to the images before they are printed out on a special paper.
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The Amazon Prime Day sale officially begins on July 15 but as early as today, July 12, deals are already up for grabs including some Prime 4K TV and headphone deals.But if a soundbar for your Smart TV is specifically what you are looking for, consider yourself lucky.Which could go perfectly with a Samsung or Vizio 4K TV.It is designed to integrate perfectly with your Samsung TV so having one will optimize the potential of both devices.The Samsung Panoramic Soundbar consists of eight speakers that use Dolby 5.1 Channel technology.It utilizes innovative Samsung Acoustic Beam technology where sound travels in sync with the motion on the screen so you will feel that you are part of the action.
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A new report from Goldman Sachs said those estimates were premature but still "definitely a concern."It would cost Amazon $122 billion for it to catch up to UPS and FedEx and their air hubs, aircraft, delivery vehicles, and other components of their logistics networks.Everyone from UBS analysts to Morgan Stanley experts to former Amazon execs has been sounding the alarm about Amazon Logistics, which has quickly built up a fleet of 70 planes, 10,000 vehicles, and access to ocean and rail brokerage in a handful of years.Now it's using the same playbook in logistics."Based on expansive FedEx and UPS networks, it would appear that currently Amazon's limited network size probably does not have the scope or global flexibility to offer time-definite capability to reach just about everywhere," the Goldman Sachs transportation analyst team wrote in a July 10 report.It's also still not big enough for Amazon to totally make its massive amount of package deliveries in-house, Goldman Sachs said.
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We've been watching joyfully from the sidelines as the prices on two of the best phones on the market - the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro - have slowly dropped.But as if these price cuts haven't been enough, Huawei is now also throwing in a free smartwatch.OK, we know why prices have been dropping and we can assume it's the same reason the watch is being thrown in - the Huawei ban.While there was a time just a few weeks ago where that would have put us off, with the long list of back-up plans from Huawei - such as moves to remove the ban and trade deals being signed - it's looking like Huawei might be back in the clear (although what will actually happen next is anybody's guess).So with that in mind, we've listed the best Huawei P30 deals and Huawei P30 Pro deals below, all with the free Huawei Watch GT.Explore the competition with our guide to the best iPhone deals
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The Taiwanese phone maker HTC has really had it hard for quite some years now.The firm mobile business has been reporting numbers that are deep in the red, and even at a time offloaded a portion to Google.Well, the company’s latest monthly reports suggest there could be light in the tunnel.The Taiwanese smartphone maker recently in its recent monthly earning for June 2019 said it recorded TWD1.4 billion in revenue ($44 million), which is the highest in the past seven months.The firm had earlier in May recorded a 26.7 percent increase in consolidated sales from the previous month to NT$750 million (US$23.89 million).For the first half of 2019, the HTC recorded revenue of TWD5.75 billion ($1.84 billion), out of which the month of June accounted for a substantial part.
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In the spring it launched a Contest for a new datorchipp, which is used in the latest model of the Tesla Model X, Model S and Model 3.With the help of the new chip is working, including the autopilot the better.as for users running a legacy version and a paid for package, Full of Self-Driving (FSD), the promise is now a free upgrade.According to Tesla's ceo, Elon Musk, these customers will be offered a new datorchippet in the fourth quarter of the year, then, at any time during the period from October to december.in Total, there are thousands and thousands of vehicles with the classification ”Hardware 2” set will be equipped with the new chip, " reports Techcrunch.These have been manufactured between October 2016 and march, 2019.
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Ahead of Amazon Prime Day, Amazon is offering $10/£10 off your next order when you install the Amazon Assistant browser extension.The deal is open to Amazon Prime members who install Amazon Assistant for the first time, and the credit will be applied next time you spend $50/£25.Amazon Assistant is available for all major browsers, but you'll need to install it via Amazon's offer page in the US or in the UK to claim the deal.If you install it through your browser's built-in app store, you'll miss out.$10 off a $50 spend when you install Amazon AssistantIf you're a qualifying Amazon Prime member, install the Amazon Assistant browser extension and get $10 off next time you spend $50 or more on a single order.
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The new Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 Black Edition comes as close as the line gets to an XPS, but it has a convenient twist.In addition to all of the features previously listed, the new design includes a top-mounted webcam and IR camera along with a magnetic pen garage built into the hinge.In addition to being home to an active pen, the extra thickness at the back edge allowed Dell to include one full-sized HDMI port and a USB-A port (both of which the XPS lacks), in addition to one USB-C port, one microSD card slot, one headphone jack, and one power port on the machine's side edges.Gone are the days when laptops were made chunky enough to fit a slew of connectivity options (the major exception being gaming laptops)—companies are trying to include as many ports as possible in these more affordable laptop families without adding extra heft.But the Black Edition is almost as sleek and certainly as professional looking as the XPS 13, making it a machine that you won't mind working with in public.As a result of moving the power button to the left a bit, the top row of function keys are all slightly smaller and more square-shaped than those on the XPS 13.
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At last year's Ignite conference Microsoft announced an opt-in experience that would allow users to try out the new Outlook on the web and now after eight months of testing, the updated version is beginning to roll out.With its new release, the software giant is aiming to make Outlook for the web faster and to deliver a more modern experience for its users both at work and at home.Microsoft has been testing a slew of new features for its email service that are designed to increase productivity such as categories and improved search.Categories will make it easier to tag, find or organize your messages and you can even add multiple categories to a message, add a category as a favorite or find your categories using search.Outlook on the web will even be getting a dark mode with the option to “turn the lights on” within individual messages in case you need to see something more clearly.A new snooze option will also allow users to postpone messages for later and they'll reappear in your inbox as unread.
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The two retail giants are going head-to-head this 4th of July with deals and competitive prices for smart speakers, the gateway products you need to talk with Alexa or Google Assistant to manage your smart home with voice commands.Walmart partners with Google promoting devices for the Google Nest smart home platform, and Amazon focuses on its own Amazon Echo smart home devices.Whether you are just starting to build a smart home configuration for security, entertainment, or convenience or if you’re building up to an existing smart home network, these are the best deals today on Amazon and Walmart.Echo Dot (3rd Gen)— $25The best-selling smart speaker in the world, the Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen) is an awesome introduction to smart home voice control.If you want to get started talking with Alexa or add smart speakers to more rooms in your home, this is a great chance to buy this powerful device at a temporarily low price.
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It found that 81 percent of ‘suspects’ flagged by Met’s police facial recognition technology are innocent, and that the overwhelming majority of people identified are not on police wanted lists.According to Sky News, since that time the Met has has conducted 10 trials at locations including Leicester Square, Westfield Stratford, and Whitehall during the 2017 Remembrance Sunday commemorations.Worryingly, the independent report found that four out of five people identified by the Metropolitan Police’s facial recognition technology as possible suspects, are actually innocent.The academics warned the tech was unlikely to be justifiable under human rights law, and that courts would likely rule that the use of the technology was unlawful.David Davis MP, a former shadow home secretary, was quoted by the Guardian newspaper as saying that the research by Prof Peter Fussey and Dr Daragh Murray at the University of Essex’s Human Rights Centre showed the technology “could lead to miscarriages of justice and wrongful arrests” and poses “massive issues for democracy”.“All experiments like this should now be suspended until we have a proper chance to debate this and establish some laws and regulations,” he reportedly said.
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In a frank interview, the reasoning of the new president and ceo, Mark Lundin, and chief financial officer, Carlos Lorente, about the future of the company, and of the criticism of the digital health care providers.At the end of the year was also the company's ceo and co-founder of Magnus Liungman a break due to burn-out.Mark is absolutely correct that light to lead us into the next phase.the Doctrins, the co-founder, Per Eriksson, was temporarily closed.He spent a large part of his career, for the development of the company Analytics10, working with data analysis, big data, and artificial intelligence.”Mark, have quite the right background to lead us into the next phase of scalable product development and international expansion,” said Carlos Lorente, co-founder and chief financial officer, as, Di, Digital, hits both of them in a Row.
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Bloomberg reported on Tuesday that South Korean hardware giant Samsung has finally figured out how to keep its £1,800 Galaxy Fold bendable smartphones from going haywire as soon as they land in the hands of users, and though it is in the “final stages” of the redesign it still doesn’t know when sales will resume.Samsung indefinitely delayed the Galaxy Fold launch in April after early reviews found the device had serious problems including screens that continually flickered or worse and hinge bulges – though admittedly it seemed that many of these issues were caused by reviewers peeling off a protective film on the screen that apparently looked removable, but absolutely should not have been removed.(Gizmodo found no such problems with our review unit, finding it had other serious flaws and trade-offs but was still an exciting debut of new technology.)Bloomberg’s sources say that Samsung has now readied a fix for these problems, including by stretching the protective film across the entire screen and into “the outer bezels so it would be impossible to peel off by hand.” It has also re-engineered the hinge so that it pushes “slightly upward from the screen (it’s now flush with the display)” so that the film stretches further when the phone opens.That last part does seem to suggest that the issues with the protective film weren’t solely limited to unsuspecting users ripping it right off the device.That tension makes the film feel harder and more a natural part of the device rather than a detachable accessory, they added.
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Every year, dozens of young children in the United States die while trapped in overheating cars—including eight kids just last month.New legislation aims to prevent many of these deaths by requiring car manufacturers to create new warning systems to detect kids trapped in cars and sound the alarm before a tragedy occurs.The New York Times notes that a few car models already have a warning system like this, including the Kia Telluride and Hyundai Santa Fe.The legislation—co-sponsored by representatives Tim Ryan (D-Ohio), Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.), and Pete King (R-N.Y.)—orders the Secretary of Transportation to begin drafting regulations mandating the installation of sensors that can detect a child or pet in a vehicle's back seat.If the car detects someone inside after the engine has been turned off, it would issue a "distinct auditory and visual alert to notify individuals inside and outside of the vehicle."Vehicle manufacturers would have two years to implement the technology after the regulation was finalized.
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Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs tragically and suddenly passed away Monday at the age of 27, but attempts to pay tribute to him on Twitter quickly went awry.The hashtag RIP45 began showing up in the Trends for you section for many Twitter users, as Skaggs wore jersey No.Tweets paying respects to Skaggs and sending thoughts and prayers to his family ended up intermingled with tweets mocking Trump’s “death,” tweets blasting people for doing so and tweets reminding people what the actual purpose of the hashtag was.Conservatives acting mad over the Trump jokes in rip45....THERE IS LITERAL HUMAN TORTURE GOING ON IN BORDER CAMPS & REAL PEOPLE ARE DYING.pEOplE TweETinG ThAt tHeY HopEd TruMP WaS DeaD ARe CRueL hE iS a HuMAn BeiNGBitch, no he is not.
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Lucifer, the devilish TV series that was pulled back from the brink of death by Netflix last June, will end after its fifth season.Ildy Modrovich, the show's executive producer, confirmed the news on Twitter and urged fans to accept it."We spoke to our partners at Netflix and Warner Bros. and you should know that tremendous care and consideration was put into making this decision," Modrovich said in the post.Modrovich asked fans not to campaign for the show's rescue, as they did last year after it was dropped by Fox.The show followed Lucifer Morningstar (played by Tom Ellis), who deserted hell for Earth and opened a swanky nightclub called Lux in Los Angeles.Lucifer eventually starts solving crimes with LAPD homicide detective Chloe Dancer (played by Lauren German), who he also harbors complicated feelings for.
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The reality is that successful adoption of any new technology—including Microsoft 365, which brings a new way of working with a shift from desktop to cloud-based productivity tools—requires behavioral change.There are three key groups that will help accelerate Microsoft 365 adoption: Mavens, Success Owners, and Self-Learners.Each group has a specific role in implementation and should be engaged early.Research shows that Mavens, or IT Champions, have considerable influence on the adoption of new technology.Create a groundswell of enthusiasm that grows adoptionBuild a circle of influence among their teams
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SANS, Optiv, and AWS Marketplace will lead an in-depth exploration of the key issues to consider when choosing next-generation firewall/threat prevention solutions for integration into a cloud environment, as well as recommend a process for making that important decision.·How cloud design affects the selection and use of next-generation firewalls and threat protection capabilities·Needs and capabilities associated with firewalls and threat prevention capabilities, including intrusion prevention, antivirus, logging and alerting, event correlation, continuous dynamic updating of threat databases, and malware protection·Business, technical, and operational considerations for cloud-based firewall protection, including AWS-specific considerations and real-world success observationsKey questions for potential vendors to determine which products are well-suited for integration and implementation in your AWS environment
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An asteroid the size of a refrigerator was spotted by telescopes in Hawaii on Saturday, just before it collided with Earth's atmosphere and burned as a fireball in the sky due south of Puerto Rico.The harmless space rock, officially named 2019 MO, never had a chance of making it to the ground or doing much damage, as it was only about a tenth the size of the bolide that exploded in the atmosphere over Russia in 2013.You can see the fireball flash in imagery from NOAA/NASA satellites below:According to fireball and bolide data from NASA, our atmosphere is struck by a meteor this size or larger roughly once a year.What's most interesting about 2019 MO, though, is the fact that it was spotted by telescopes beforehand.That's only happened four times in history, according to Italian amateur astronomer Ernesto Guido.
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Den amerikanska mediaorganisationen NPR har tagit sig ett snack med Ajay Bhat som på mitten av 90-talet ledde IBM:s arbete med att utveckla den ursprungliga USB-kontakten, den som idag kallas för USB Type-A.I intervjun förklarar Bhat varför man valde att designa USB-kontakten (Universal Serial Bus) så att den var tvungen att sättas in i datorn på "rätt" håll.Precis som det oftast är när man utvecklar nya grejer så ska det hela ha handlat om en kostnadsfråga enligt Bhat.Skulle man designat USB-kontakten så att denna gick att ansluta till datorn oavsett vilken sida på kontakten som var uppåt så skulle man varit tvungen att dubblera antalet kretsar på kontakten, något som skulle gjort det hela nästan dubbelt så dyrt att sen tillverka enligt Bhat.Apple släppte 1998 den första datorn med en USB-ingång och idag räknas USB som standard inom branschen.Nu har dock allt fler börjat använda sig av USB Type-C, en kontakt som är både mindre och går att ansluta till datorn oavsett vilken sida på kontakten som är uppåt eller neråt.
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